My Story:

Mac grew up in Perkasie, PA with anywhere from six to SIXTEEN dogs at a time and spent a lot of his childhood with these sled dogs doing dogsledding trips with his dad to Jim Thorpe, VT, and New Hampshire (even Canada and Alaska once or twice). Mac enjoyed being a multiple sport athlete in middle school and high school until he found his passion for lacrosse with dreams to play in college. With many trips to physical therapy for mostly hamstring injuries, he found a place where he felt like he could use his athletic and social skills to impact others and turn a passion for movement into a potential career.



Mac attended Arcadia University in Glenside, PA playing as a Captain for the D3 Men’s Lacrosse Team and graduating with an undergraduate degree in Biology in 2016.

Mac began his journey in physical therapy school in the doctorate program at Temple University’s College of Public Health in 2017. During that time, Mac served as a board member for Temple’s Pro-bono physical therapy clinic. He graduated in 2020 as a Doctor of Physical Therapy.


Favorite TV Shows/Movies:

The Office, Parks and Rec, any Marvel movie, Big Mouth, Rick and Morty


Favorite Band/Singers:

Eminem, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Jay-Z, other rising Hip-Hop artists and any 90’s music


Favorite Sport:

Lacrosse & Snowboarding & Football (to watch)


If he has free time you will find Mac…

Spending time with his wife and 3 dogs, lifting and working out, traveling internationally, enjoying different foods and cultures, and working with Bella Reed Pitbull Rescue (fostering/training/rescuing the most misunderstood breed in the world).


If left stranded on an island with one choice of food to survive on it would be…



Spirit animal:

White Wolf (per the internet)


Great experience, could hardly walk 2 weeks ago. With Todd's GREAT guidance, I am leaving with no pain. I would absolutely recommend Robbins Rehab. Thanks for everything.


My experience here has been a good one. The therapist have done a wonderful job and I leave this place feeling a lot better then when I first came in. I came here because of a balance problem and the improvement is evident. Now I can drive without any fear.


I got all my questions answered about the pain in my neck that goes down to my hand. Robbins Rehabilitation got me in to see a therapist the same day I called and I felt better after just one visit!